this was a middle aged man, whom was wearing glasses as well. Not to be confused as if there was no comma, then the assumption that glasses would refer or qualify a man to be middle aged. 7.The author distinguishes the period, comma, and semicolon by arguing that the period, brings an end to something, which no other further statements can be made. While as a comma, can slow time, create elegance, in which, the reader, can lapse, over, and over, a sentence that has not ended, but instead, took a new turn. Semicolons are that of a stop in the road, in which a person keeps going, a new path that is taken when the old one ran out; that of a four way stop where a blinking red is shown, where a stop must occur but you may proceed after. 8.The differences in tone in meaning that are implied are in the usage of different punctuations. Such as if a sentence were used with no stop, the tone would be drastically different than that of a sentence which uses a semicolon or a dash, where a stop or pause must occur. 9.“ I Praise of the Humble Comma” is to give those recognition of punctuation and how it acts throughout literature. As well as giving cause for those to look out for such actions
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